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Peacock & Co. liuve opened their
Jap liquor store on Murket Street.
TheNevadan reached Kahuluienrly
on Tuesday morning, bringing coast
Dont forget the luau and fair it ihn
Cuttiolic Mission this afternoon and
Many mango trees about town are
just now betfiuuiug to bloom for the
first timu mis stusun.
It is rumored ilia I, a Japanese bank
will be opened stioruy on Kalua Av
enue, just otf Market street.
The regular monthly meeting of th
Improvement Association cf Wailuku
District was held on Thursday even
ing. A large number ut application-,
for memberships in including Senator
S. E. Iutiue and Attorney John Rich
ardson were received and favorably
acted upon. There was some hesita
tion when the name of Mr. Richardson
was readied, it beiug believed thai
he was ineligible for membership u.
the ground of non residence iu tin-
The grauu jury eoueiudod its laoors District. Upon his statement that
on Ihursuuy, auu au effort will be
made to uiuau tue term uext week.
Waiiuitu s Lat cUai iJcvrber buup
Ttie ladies of Keahiwai Lodge, Wai
luku, gave aluauou i'lmrsday at noon
to celeuraie tueir lirst anniversary,
The LuUies' Guild of iV'ailuku meet
at 2.30 o'clock on iuesUay afternoon
at tue resiueuceof Mrs. G. B. Kobe it-
Foreign mail came over on tha Like-
like tuis week, reacuing Wailuku from
Lahaiua oy stage ou Thursday after
Company I., N. G. H. left for Hon
O.ulu ou Monday uigtit's Likelike to
spend a week iu ujuip for aunual
A new blacksmith snop is to be
opened in ttie Puiuier tihop bv Dan
Carey, a skilled iiorse i.boer. He was
If your cigai dealer doesn't handle
the uienerai Artnur Cigar, seud one
dollar toGunst-JSakiii oo. for 12 pack
ed in a tin box. .
The race track at Kauului has beeu
cindered and put in periect condition
tnis ween. Several norses are ex
pected next week.
The Morning Stars uud Kahuluis
play bail at Wells Park tomorrow
afternoon, with strong indications of
uuother close game.
Tue Lahaiua school will close with
an elaoorte program of suugs uud
recitations, at Watuee Cuurch, Lahai
ua, uext Friday eveuiug, June 17.
Given A way for tue Asking. -Choice
.geranium and chrysanthemum slips.
FEUNS FQR SALrt.
W. G. SCOTT.
, ine unau aim uiauuino each re
turned to Honolulu a day early this
week, to give fcutsidcrs a chance to
attend the races at Honolulu today.
i lie fact that the foreman of the
8 to 7.
be resided a part of the time iu Wai
luku, Uiut portion of him which Uvea
iu Wailuku District was elected 10
Tue tiu&nciai reports of the vaiious
coinmittet'S connected with the laying
ot tue corner stone were received and
ill bilk presented were ordered paid.
The special committee appointed ut
the last meeting to investigate and
report uu tue geueral sense of tue
people ol Maui as to a cuauge iu I tie
uuiuu and ecope ot tue Association
ureseuteu its report. Chairman J. iN.
a. Williams in ottering tue report ex-
planted luat tor the purposed of fuiiy
uscertaiuiug the views of tue puuiic
tue committee had mailed loO lottei
to prominent people in ail me uls
trials, and mat forty two replies nau
oeen received, liie report was aa
Your committee met ut Katiului,
June titu, at 8:15, all ineinuers pre.-.-
eut. i'lie replies to our circular L i
te is, 41 in number, were read cuj
ttie result is us folio ws:
luiavorof Separate One Ueu'l Asu.
In view ot the above result your
Committee makes tlie following rec
1. depurate organization foreacu
2. l'uat the Wailuku Improve
ineut Association retain us name auu
scopu of no Uuu If
i$. 1'nat sucu districts, wnicb, ow
mg to the lack ot proper materia1,
cannot form permanent organization
oe accorded privilege to seud accred
ited delegates, properly elected or
selected by the entire district, to
such conventions as may be held to
discuss tue good of the Island of
Maui, (iucludiug Lanai and Molokai.)
4. That suoti delegates be given
the power to vote at such conventions
5. Tbat the number of delegates
to such conventions be limited to
Well done, Makuwaos! The News
has tlways claimed that the Macks
has g iod baseball timber in tin m, and
lias constantly asserted that after
sever, il bruising games thfy would
snow some good work. The ussertion
w.ts vindicated last Sunday by the
atiove score in their favor, in the most
exciting and closely contested game
ol ine seu.-von. It wasn't that Hie
Kaiiuluis didit't play, for they did
piay good bull, save for a wild throw
from third to first, and a unlucky
fumuie oy short slop, incidents of a
nail game which are sometimes oound
to huppen to the belt and most care
ful players, in a hot and exciting
, A study of the score from the tiit
to the lentil inLing will show lh..t
both teams got rifi.t into the collar
and played ball tor all they were
worth, bets of ten to one went beg
ging oefore ine gnme, in favor of tue
K.thuliis, out wtien the liltti inniui
iiui beeu played, and one run and a
goo.ie egg was the Uesl. either team
could show, tne grand stand began
to see tout a close game wad cjmiu,
and the majority of lut-tn, wuo sym
p.ktmzrd .villi the Makawaos simply
became uuguous. Aud wtieu tue
Macks piled up four runs in itiestxih
inning, PauJemoniuin broke loose, nor
was the excitement allayed when the
Kahuluis were I'.ioae-etfi'i'd in tne
six m. men the veterans oi the iv.t-
nuluis sounded the bugle fur wuru
a. 1.1 goo.-.e-t'gtied ttie Macks in tne
seventh and eighth inning, scoring
for ineiinelv s one run in tne seventh
and turee runs in the eighth, tviun
tue score at 7 to 7. It was believed
to oe any Doily's game ut the begin
ning of the niiitu iniiiiitf.out it wysu l,
for both sides got only goose egg.-,
and the teulh inning was called. By
tuis time, straight jackets were need
ed in the grand sund.and the bleach
iug boards held back a wild, seething
moo. Ttie Kahuluis went to bat and
did some classic play, but ''Browuie"
and u's men had beeu living ou green
corn for the past week, uud their
high feed laid. The Kahuluis retired
with a goose egg in the teeth uud the
Macks piance to bat. Shortstop
Shaw flew out to Horner, aud Kui
lewa died at first ou a tap scooped by
pitcher Hudson and handed over to
first baseman Prophet. With two
men out, Kaninau went .to bat and
negotiated a base rap. Then third
baseman Freitas grabbed the ash and
fired a two-oagger out ;to center
field, landing Kaninau on third. His-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOVP
Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. Iu the
Matter of the Est a to of Charles D. Lovclund,
Notice to CRcmiuns.
Notice 1h hereby given to all persons having
claims against I lie Estate of Charles V. Love
Iuiij, laleof 1'ata, Island of Maul, Territory ol
Hawuii, to presuut the xamo to the umlornlan
eu, C. D. LulKlu, administrator of said Estato,
at ulsomce in tne Firm National liunlt of Wul
Iuku, Maul, wiinlu six months from liato of
fuuilcatlon of tnis notice, or tuey will be fcr
Uulea at Wailuau, Maul, Muy S'th, 1B04.
C. V. LLFliiN,
' AUmiulnUtrator Estate ot 0. D. Lovcland.
IN TUE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
Circuit, Territory ol Hawaii. At Clmuiuurs; In
P.voate. Iu tne .(latter of the Estate of N
uu itoauiug aud Filing the Petltlun of the
first national Huuk of Wailuku, ot Wailuku,
.uuui, alleging tnut iN. buuluioto ot Puiu,
itilauit oi Aiaul oiud intestate at and on tnt
Isiauu ol Aiaul, ou or about the gist uay ol Aia ,
A. L. Itfu4. leaviug urouerty in the iiawullui.
Islauus uucessury to be auuiiulistereu upon, and
i-uyiug tnut trotters ot Aumlulsttratlon lssu.
to i'uomas at. Cuureu ut fulu, sulu Islaua 01
it is Oraerea tuat Kednesuaj, tne ltu uay oi
Juue, a. I). ii. ut iu o'clouK A. iu., be auu
iioteuj u Mpoiutea tor uvai-lug sulu IViitiou i.
tue Court Ruuui of tills court at t.unuitu, u.
wulcu time auu piuue all persuus coueei'ueu LUwj
appear auu suow cause, 11 buy tuey nave, wuj
dulu ir-ulitiou suoulu uot oe grunteu,
iJtftibU at ranunu, .auy itu, itM.
jjy uruer of tue Court.
W. J. COELHO,
Cler of.lncjuircult Court. ol tue aud Circuit.
i.i TduuiUuii'UJulll'Ui' i'liK SECOND
Cirucit, Territory of ttttwull. At Cuumours; iu
I'roouiu. iu tuu aiaituroi tue jtaie of Autou
loaiiuiu itourigues, uccutJCu.
a oocuDtdul purpurtiuj to uo tuo Last Vli
aua restauiuut ol mtuuu Juauiu Rourluts
uucesa, uaviUtf ou tuu i.u uuj of .viuy, A.
i. oeou preseuteu to r:uia f rouale court, uuu
u c'otUiouior fcVoualo tuereof, uud tor tue l.k.
auoo of AObiurs i'estameuiury to iiiaria Gloria
Uourikfues uaviug uoeu uled by K.iid Mariu
itiA uereuy O.-aerod, tuut tveduea.iay, tuu
jtu uay ot June, A. u. HkA, at lOo'e.ocK A. jd.
ol said uuy, ut tuo Court Room of .sulu Court, &
iVuiluKU, .iuui, Tumtui y ot liuwuii, bo uuu ti.e
iatna uereoy is appuiutju tuo tiuie un.t piucu
ior proving suid tv ill uud ueuriu said apphcu-
.Dated u t 'v ui.uiu, .via Jl, tulj'.'Ota day uf .U...
W.J. COELHO, (L. li.)
NOTICE OF. ASSESSMENT.
O AN A PLANTATION COMPANY. LOCA
XX tlon ot principal place ot business, hun
Francisco, California. Locution of woikt ,Hulo
.uaul, Territory of Hawaii.
Notice Is hereby given, that at a meeting of
kuo iiourd of Directors, held ou the Uth duy of
January, lUui, au assussmuut, No. 4, of tju (idi
uouts per snare, was levied ujwu the citpitit
stoea ot the Corporation, payable imuiedlatoly
iu Culled Slates gold coin to the Treasurer ot
tue Conipauy, Louis Suroui, ut his olUco, tvo
tkll Foieom Street, San Fraucisco, California.
Anyutocit upon which tnis.assuxmout ubi.ll
remain unpaid ou tue tlrst tluy of March, lUlM,
will bo delinquent, uud advertised for sale ut
News otlice was caught on the jury Organized Districts to 3 Delegates
inu, wees must plead excuse for Unorganized districts to 2 Delegates
some of the short cominsis in this! rh.. t,. ...minnof tha H,, &
' Va V OU V V tl V 111 V I IVU VI V k W V U
A sharp jar ol earthquake was felt meut of the name of the Wailuku
in vvailuku last Saturday, but no Improvement Association be reierrca
harm- was done." The jar was general back to him.
Dy order of the Board of Director.!,
D. C. HATES, Secretary,
Offico No.-.215 Front Srreet, Sun Fruuchico,
throughout 'the Island and did some
. A plantation cottage occupied by
'Portuguese just above town burned
jtlown lust Monday aud its coutents
we're destroyed. An infant child was
luckily rescued just in time
'I !.. M , , . i
ji.u iewa uiau receivea a aozen
J. N. S. WILLIAMS,
G. 15. ROBERTSON,
S. C. HARRY,
R. A. FILLER.
Upon motion the report was receiv
ed and the committee oischarged. A
motion was then carried to consider
the report by sections. The first and
ftiittlii- mift.inii: nml nnliMit tiitvmmit iu nnult lit-.
tory was making by this time and I Iore ni be sola ou Friday, tuo ma day ot
When long-armed JJOOper planted tils I uron. ih, to pay tne aenuqueui asseKsmeui,
,k ,oi fo,l niil, I togevnerwiiucos-soiameriiKiuB uuu expenses
U ID uu V11C ;ira luvuv i
Hudson, more than One onthusiaAt
held his breath. Luck favored the
Macks; Cooper rapped a one bagger
Kanluau eame borne, and the most ex
ciUif game of the season ended with
the following! score.
Kahuluis.,.! 1 1 0 0 0 1 3 0 07
Makawaos..O 11014000 1-8
Incidentally, in this connection, the
JNe wy oesirf s to muice a correction.
U was sta'ted last week that the Wui
lyifcus were the only team which was
not receiving financial aid from the
M. A. A.. It has since been learned
that the Mbkawaos are the only team
recelvimr money from the Associa
tions and tfie News gladly makes the
choice thoroughbred white leghorn
fowls by the Nevadan from the coast, 8eC0nd clause were approved and
uuu ii propeny approached, will consideration deferred on the remain
uiviue eggs witnms neighbors. der, Theu a vote was called
FOR SALE One Brunswick and for on Judge Kepoikai's motion
Balke Standard Billiard Tahln and to amend the constitution, and the
outfit. Almost new. Apply to
' ' Lahaina,
t If the advice of the News had been
taken several years ago, a cargo of
oUUO bunches of bananas would now
be ready to ship to the coast on the
evadan. By and by people will be
. gm to learn something, may be.
propositionwas unanimously defeated
New business called for, Mr. W. F.
Crockett proceeded to point out the
need for action relative to renovat
ing the cemetery grounds and settling
the titles to the property. On motion,
the matter was referred to a com
mittee of three, to be appointed by
A letter from the Board of Health
Fob Sale. Pure White Leghorn to Dr. Weddick, relative to
&ggs, from imported fowls. Prize
; winners. Two Dollars per settiug,
Address W. E. SHAW,
Cor; Keeaumoku and Young Streets,
Honolulu, H. T., P. O. Box 554.
If you desire perfect fittiug clothes
you can have them by getting the
bteiu-Bloch Smart Clottics from M.
Mclnerny Ltd, Honolulu. Orders
, sent by mail will bring the clothes
... I tllVVI v
uacK oy return steamer all pressed, purpose of securing a permanent
ready ior wear. dump pile where the trash of the
.. ,, . . .. ..... I town can be disposed of.
wr. uuoert or tue band wich island jlHge McKay then introduced the
Money co. brought over I2U0 stands of subiect of tree plautincr on our
, lees by Wednesday's Claudine, and streets, a subject which was eagerW
has olaced them u the nl?eroba trovo up auu uiscusseu in au us oet
mauka of the race track. A contiu
, uous line of hives will be established
tablishing a fish market in Wailuku
was read, and after some discussion
a committee was ordered appointed
to look after tne matter.
The proposition of sioe walks was tak
en up, during which it was stated by
Mr. Baldwin that the legislature had
appropriated SbUU for sidewalks to
Wailuku. A committee of three was
provided to investigate and report at
the next meeting
A committee was also provided to
interview ihe H. (J. isCo., for tlw
from Paia to Kihei.
nigs, but no definite action was taifeu
in the matter, it being tha consensus
of opinion that the matter, be takflu
uudcr advisement before any defini-t
Call No. 2.
The date of the dolluiuency of the above As
sessment was this duy postponed until tne Ml
duy of March, 1UU1, una the day of Kale wus
postponed until SATURDAY, the 23rd day oi
April, I Hot.
Uy order of tlie Board ot Directors,
D. C. BATES, Secretary.
San Francisco, March 5, I'M.
The (late of the delinquency of the abovo A
uessmeut was this day postponed until the 23rd
duy of April, 11KH, and the day of sale was post
poued until SATURDAY, lhe21sl duy ot Ma
By order ot the Board of Directors,
D. C. BATES, SJcrcturyj
Sao Francisco, March SU, 1UU1.
The data of the delinquency of the above As
sessment was llili duy postponed until tlie 21
day of May, M1, and the day of sale was pot
poned until SATURDAY, tuo IHtli duy of June
By order of the Board of Directors,
D. C. BATES, Secretury
San Francisco, April 24, luot,
DELINQUENT 8ALB NOTICE.
TTANA PLANTATION COMPANY, LO
cation of principal place of buslue
Sua Francisco, California. Location ot work
Hana, Maul, Territory of Hawaii,
Notice. There are delinquent upon the fol
lowing described Stock, ou account ot As.w
menl (No. 4) levledon the th duy of January
WOl, the several amounts set opposite the uutues
of the respective Shareholders, us follows:
Name. Cert. Shares.
Bates, D.C.Tr .1178
Bates, D. C, Tr Uv
Bates, D. C, Tr 1500
Bates, D. C., Tr 1H2T
Bates, D. C, Tr 1840
Bates, D. C. Tr I WO
Bcujumln, E. J., Tr.. .2086
Bremer, W. II., Tr....l3il
Blow, A. W. A Co 4&
Blow, A. W. & Co 515
Blow, A. W. & Co.,Tr.lJ73
To tbe Republican Party of the 3rd
Pursuant to section 13 of Article 1
of the Rutea of the Republican Party,
all Republicans, and those wishing tp
affiliate witli the Republican Party,
are requested to meet in the various
Precincts,' at their usual places ot
meeting between the hours of 2 and
9 P. M., oa the 18th of Juue, and make
nominations for officers for their Pre
Thelelectlon of officers, nomluated
at the aforesaid meeting, shall take
place at meetidgs of the various Pre- AmaH' worthinton..i7i5
I.--. k v..,, k. .u I Bates, D. C, Tr 4W
hours ol 3 aua V V. M. of Juno 25 th
The. officers for each Club to be
Dominated on the 18th and elected on
the 25th instances are, a President 2
Vice Presidents a Secretary As
sistant Secretary a Treasurer 3
Judges of Election and an Executive
Committee to consist of 5 members
.ny one quauned to register for the I Bowun, oia c isw
next yeueral Election, anil whn hnn Hllinan, A. C, Tr....20W
.... . . ' , ., I And la accordance with law, and an ordr
causeu ins name to oe eniereu on t ne from the Board of Directors, made on tho 2.1
Precinct Republican Roll, prior tO the dr 01 April, lim, so many iihares ot each parcel
nn.nniU.rnffi,.c c. ., 11 kQ orsucustocu asmay be necessary, will b..
to vote for said Officers. All voting
shut) be by ballot.
Head Quarters, June 1st 190-1.
" ' x:v. POGUE
Cbairmau Republican Ex. Comm. 3rd
at Public Auc tlon at the olllce of the Couipuuy
No. 401 FolsamSireet.Sin l''ruaelsjo,Callforui
on SATURDAY, the IHta day of Jim;, 1VH4,
the hour ot one o'clock P. M. of said day, to
suii I Delinquent Assessment thereou, tcr:cther
with costs of advertisluK uud rxieases ofnale
D. C. BAT EH, Secretary.
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